The UAE’s Chief Rabbi Levi Duchman and Lea Hadad celebrated their wedding in the country’s capital city, Abu Dhabi, on Wednesday surrounded by 1,500 guests from around the world.
Photos: Jewish UAE / Christopher Pike
The largest Jewish wedding in the history of the Arabian Gulf is underway in the United Arab Emirate’s capital of Abu Dhabi on Wednesday evening, with 1,500 guests in attendance.
The UAE’s Chief Rabbi Levi Duchman married Lea Hadad, in a wedding celebration attended by Emirati royals, prominent rabbis, dignitaries, and much of the country’s burgeoning Jewish community.
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